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Please have a go at today's arithmetic task. You may take as long as you need on the questions.



This week in maths, we will be continuing with our topic - Statistics.


For maths today, we will be learning how draw bar charts. You will need a ruler, a pencil and colouring pencils.


Please watch the video to learn how to draw a bar chart.





In our English lessons over the next couple of weeks, we are going to be reading the booked called 'The Stone Age Boy'.


Today, we are going to writing predictions about what we think will happen in the Stone Age Boy using the front cover to help us. We will be using subordinating conjunctions to describe our predictions. If you can't remember what a subordinating conjunction is, please watch the video below.


Please look at the picture. What do you notice about the boy and girl on the front cover? Where are they? What are they holding? What do their clothes look like? Use these questions to help you predict what will happen in the story.


I would like you to write THREE predictions. You need to start your sentences with 'I predict...' and then explain what you think. You will also need to explain why you have made that prediction. This is when you will need to use a subordinating conjunction to go into detail. Please also use expanded noun phrases to describe the people or the setting.


Here is an example:


I predict the boy is with a Stone Age girl because she is wearing unusual, strange clothing and she is holding a red hot fire stick.


I predict the boy is outside in the green, warm forest as you can see the green grass and blue sky behind him.


You may use the worksheet to help you.

Subordinating Conjunctions

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For your PSHE lesson, we will be focusing on our wellbeing. To learn about this, we will be watching and joining in with the video which includes different movements to develop your understanding of wellbeing. 




Once you have completed the video, please have a go at this activity. 



The video mentions your happy place. I would like you to draw your own happy place. This might be somewhere you love, or feel safe, or which holds happy memories.



For your computing lesson, I would like you to research the Stone Age and create a poster to present the information you have found. You may choose a subject that you would like to research.


The options are:

1. The animals in the Stone Age.

2. The food people would eat in the Stone Age.

3. The tools they had in the Stone Age and what they used them for.

4. The houses they would live in, in the Stone Age.

5. What is a Hunter-Gatherer?


You may create the poster on Purple Mash or on paper. Please make it colourful and exciting.



In EGPS, we are now going to learn about the two functions of apostrophes.


Please follow the video for this lesson:


It is a very interactive lesson. You will need a piece of paper and a pencil. Please follow the video and have a go at all the different activities.